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On behalf of the members of the Xi Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., I welcome you to our digital home!!  Located in Arlington, TX, the Xi Theta Omega Chapter is a premier chapter in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and has been serving the citizens of Arlington, Texas and the surrounding communities since 1982.Throughout the year, Xi Theta Omega provides numerous activities that benefit the community and are committed to timeless service that is relevant to the issues facing our community today.  
We are focused on educating the community in regards to Health Issues, Economic Security, Global Poverty, Social Justice, and Leadership Development for young girls, and Scholarships for graduating seniors. Please feel free to browse our web site to learn more about Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and the Xi Theta Omega Chapter.  We continuously strive to further our purpose of service to all mankind by providing Global Leadership through Timeless Service for the citizens we serve.
Lisa Thompson, President


Check out our upcoming events/program info below:

    YES SUMMIT 2014!

    Date: Saturday, Oct 11. 2014
    Time: 8:30-1:30p * For Grades 7-12
    Place: University of Texas at Arlington
    Nedderman Hall, 416 S. Yates St Arlington TX

    To Register: www.yessummit.myevent.com

    For more information call 214-906-8596 or email yessummit@yahoo.com

     


    Health Corner

    Our health initiatives encourage personal fitness and healthy life styles. We will support organizations which advance access to treatment and coordinate awareness and advocacy campaigns to reduce health disparities, save lives and impact health related legislation. Co-sponsored health forums will address: diseases which disproportionately affect women and minorities, prevention and treatment options.

    September is Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month

    September is designated as Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month, in order to build awareness in the community.

    Visit our Health Corner to learn more about Sickle Cell Disease.